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Stephen banking on future breed to lift hockey to new heights

FOR 12 years, he has been in the forefront of the national hockey team, serving as assistants to foreigners and then running the team in his own right. Today, former international and national skipper Stephen van Huizen goes into his last tournament as national junior hockey coach. He talks to STARSPORT#8217;S S. RAMAGURU about coaching and the national team.

‘Bombing technique’ causes uproar

Dive board bombers, the scourge of all local swimming pools, are to receive official recognition with their unusual technique being welcomed into international diving competition, a newspaper report claimed on Sunday.

We did not deserve to win, says Liverpool boss

Liverpool manager Gerard Houllier admitted his struggling side had not deserved to beat Aston Villa after Saturday#8217;s 1-1 draw continued their worst league run in over 50 years.

Coach wants bowler to modify hook-ball release

It will be a different ball game for Malaysia's top men's bowler Zulmazran Zulkifli this year.

Marion severs ties with coach Francis, says report

Triple Olympic champion Marion Jones has severed her ties with suspended Canadian athletics coach Charlie Francis, according to a report in yesterday#8217;s I>Los Angeles Times/I>.

Ajax find the joy of youth again

Ajax, the club that illuminated the 1970s and, briefly, the 1990s, with their freshness and home-grown youth, are trying to reinvent the wheel again.

A small plea against racism

He's a little man who is big on determination and skills. Gianfranco Zola, Chelsea's battling star, sets out to fight a different battle #8211; against the increasing racism in football everywhere.

Windies desperate to avoid defeat

Champion batsman Brian Lara led a desperate West Indian struggle against the odds to avoid defeat to Australia in the second cricket Test on a treacherous Queen's Park Oval pitch here on Tuesday.

Four athletes training in Germany set for real test

The four national athletes who have been training in Germany for more than a month now, will take part in two high level competition there next month.

The fountain of French flair

France, who won the World Cup in 1998, are preparing for future glory by focusing on the sport#8217;s development at the youth-level. PAUL GABRIEL, who visited the Clairefontaine National Institute of Football recently, writes that playing ball is serious business for the children at France#8217;s famed football academy.

Life Inspired has a chic new look

2020 is all about change, and Life Inspired did just that with a fresh makeover!

This month, we speak to 3 female icons about empowerment and more - read it for FREE this week.